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Participation was, and still is, crucial in this field given that climate change is a global phenomenon which does not recognise territorial borders; as such, it requires a globally coordinated response. Here, the distinction by Oxford University professor Henry Shue between subsistence emissions and luxury emissions is of relevance. "The world can not wait - and neither will we".
  • Let special counsel 'do his job'

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    The newest member of the president's personal legal team used to be a Jew. Rosenstein said that if he fired Mueller, he would be required to explain it in writing. "I think if you're putting out press releases at 11:00 at night saying that Chris Ruddy did not speak with the president on this matter, when I never said I did, it is ridiculous, isn't it?" " he continued.
  • Trump considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller — CEO of Newsmax

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    Mueller has been criticized by some Republicans who suggest he may have a conflict of interest because of his close relationship with former FBI Director James Comey , who was sacked by Trump in May. "I can't thank you enough for the privilege that you've given me", said Attorney General Jeff Sessions . Three members of the legal team known to have been hired so far by Mueller have given political donations nearly exclusively to Democrats, according to a CNN analysis of Federal ...
  • President Moon names new unification, ICT, gender ministers

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    The Sony digital camera aboard the drone had hundreds of photos stored, though most of the images were of various agricultural areas in South Korea , according to the report. North Korea has touted its drone program in recent years, and South Korean officials believe its military has about 300 drones. "We will come up with measures to deal with North Korean drones", said an official at South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who also declined to be identified as he is not ...
  • Golden State Warriors Destroy Cleveland Cavaliers in NBA Finals

    Golden State Warriors Destroy Cleveland Cavaliers in NBA Finals

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    They looked toward the future and appreciated the talent they have in their own locker room. Originally, he was going to let some of the Cavaliers have it until he thought otherwise. Outmatched by the Warriors, James and Irving nonetheless put on an offensive spectacle for the second year in a row, scoring 67 combined points in Game 5 after scoring 71 combined points in Game 4 and 77 combined points in Game 3.
  • Flag Day events planned at The View, Minot State University

    Flag Day events planned at The View, Minot State University

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    Those places will properly retire the flags after Flag Day then the recovered flag grommets are taken to Leavenworth National Cemetery where they are buried in a grave set aside for USA flag grommets. "And so, for those Scouts it is a greater sense to how they are connected to all the other citizens and inhabitants of the United States", Lee said.
  • One more day of heat and humidity before midweek relief arrives

    One more day of heat and humidity before midweek relief arrives

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    Today could likely be the hottest day in this stretch with expected highs into the mid 90s this afternoon. The forecast will begin to dry out Wednesday , with the heat continuing to climb after Thursday . The high will be 92, after a morning low of 70. The weather pattern gets a bit more active for the second-half of this week. The rain risk will be 50 percent.
  • The charges against Bill Cosby, and sentences they carry

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    The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand and Johnson have done. This is the only case to result in criminal charges against the comic. He added: "All the fancy lawyering you have can't get you around your own words".
  • One year later, Orlando remembers

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    At an evening vigil at Lake Eola, thousands braved a steady rain to honor the survivors, and to hear read aloud a list of those who were killed. The names of the 49 people killed at a Florida gay nightclub where a gunman turned a dance party into a massacre a year ago were read aloud on Monday at ceremonies marked by rainbow-hued memorials and guarded by supporters dressed as angels.
  • Interior head Ryan Zinke suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

    Interior head Ryan Zinke suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument

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    Most large public lands protection bills have stalled in a polarized Congress dating back to the Clinton administration. "We will be involved in litigation if the monument is reduced in size", she said. That's also for weighing in on 26 other national monuments that Zinke is reviewing and on possible changes to the Antiquities Act , the law that allows presidents to create national monuments without input from Congress.
  • Trump Accuses 'Cowardly' Comey Of More Leaks

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    Gen. Michael Flynn . Comey testified that after he was sacked, he orchestrated a selective leak in order to prompt a lengthy special counsel investigation of the president, knowing full well that the FBI had found no reason to place the president under investigation.